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Jincy Willett
Agents: The Business of Writing

Children's: Growing Readers

Fiction: Life Happens

Fiction: Seriously, I'm Kidding

Fiction: Modern Fiction

Fiction: Historical Fiction

Fiction: The Human Experience

Food: Putting Tastes Into Words

Memoir: Live, Explore, Be

Mystery: You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

Non-Fiction: Hollywood, War and Violence

Non-Fiction & Fiction: Surferati, Fact and Fiction

Random House: What Do I Read Next

Romance: Take your Breath Away

Young Adult: Oh, the Drama!

Jincy Willett
Jincy Willett was born in New Bedford on the last day of 1946. She graduated with honors from Brown University with a BA in philosophy, earned a MA in creative writing, and worked with John Hawkes and Verlin Cassill. St. Martin’s Press published a collection of her short stories, Jenny and the Jaws of Life in 1987 and reissued it in paperback in 2002, with an introduction by David Sedaris. They also published her novels, Winner of the National Book Award (2003), The Writing Class (2008), and Amy Falls Down (2013). Her books have been translated into French, Czech, German, Spanish, and Italian. Her stories have been published in journals and periodicals, including McSweeney’s Internet Concern, as well as various anthologies, such as David Sedaris’s Children Playing Before a Statue of Hercules (2005) and The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Fiction (1988). She occasionally writes book reviews for the New York Times.
From the Author  
Amy Falls Down
Amy Falls Down
Winner of the National Book Award
Winner of the National Book Award
Writing Class
The Writing Class